I read an article that has made me curious to ask if there is a list of all the possible particles that can be generated by the fundamental particles in the Standard Model. Here is the article http://www.sci-news.com/physics/cern-new-particles-06460.html
I recall reading that back in the 60's and 70's lots of particles were discovered that eventually turned out to be combinations of the Standard Model particles. A truly amazing accomplishment, I am still awe struck.
But I always assumed this works in reverse so that scientists also can work mathematical calculations that predict particles and then they are observed. I believe this case applies to the article ?
Just curious now if there is a laundry list or it's just one of those things that it's like counting the integers , the Standard Model will never run out of particles that can fit it.